Sony unveils next-gen medical printers

By staff writers
December 2, 2013

Sony Electronics' Medical Systems Division released its next generation of medical printers at RSNA 2013 in Chicago.

The three new digital thermal work-in-progress models include features such as built-in image capture, hybrid signal input, high resolution of 325 dots per inch, and high-speed printing of approximately 1.9 seconds. They are ideal for ultrasound, portable C-arms, and cardiac cath labs, according to the company.

Sony plans to make the UP-D898MD, UP-X898MD, and UP-991AD printers available in spring 2014.

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